La Quinta Inn & Suites Cincinatti Sharonville

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

11029 Dowlin Dr, (formerly Woodfield Suites), Cincinnati, Ohio, 45241, United States
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Rated 12% higher but also costs 37% more than other 2 star hotels

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cincinnati to columbus

by ladymd

Hi. It's gonna be my first time in cincinnati, will be staying at motel 6 near the Jewish Hospital. What is the most affordable way to travel from there to columbus airport on a weekday? Will be travelling to Philadelphia via Southwest air. Thanks!

Re: cincinnati to columbus

by pj936

most likely a one way rental car. but you might try also the airport limo/ shuttle

Re: cincinnati to columbus

by liz_coe

The one way car rental is going to be a bit pricey. While I think it is the nicest way to go. My advise to take a megabus. You can call them at 1877 GO 2 MEGA or go to their website www.megabus.com. It is like greyhound, but cleaner and nicer. The schedule may not be as flexible as you might like, but try them because you never know.

Tickets cost on average $15 each way. Check to find out the pick up and drop off location. The rental car or one way airport shuttle gives you more flexibility. For airport shuttles contact the airport www.port-columbus.com click parking and transportation for more details. If it were me, I would call Southwest and ask them. I would tell them, I will be in Cincinnati but have a flight to catch in Columbus, what shuttle companies in the area might be good? The airlines may not be any help but you never know. Good luck.

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Cincinnati's first Major Monument

by kahunayummy

This 43-foot fountain is the oldest downtown sculpture and has become the best known and loved symbol of Cincinnati. Water streams from the out-stretched hands of the 9-foot tall female figure representing the "Genius of Water." Below her, four adult figures dramatize the life-sustaining uses of water, four children illustrate the life-enhancing pleasures of water, and four relief panels depict the industrial uses of water. Four drinking spouts on the lower tier of the fountain once had communal cups for pedestrians to use. Local businessman Henry Probasco selected the fountain design from von Kreling's Munich studio and had it cast and erected as a memorial to Davidson, his deceased brother-in-law and business partner. Originally the fountain stood on an esplanade 30 feet south of its present location. In the late 1960's, as a part of the downtown redevelopment plan, the present plaza was created with the fountain as its centerpiece. In 1971, for its 100th anniversary, the fountain was repaired and re-dedicated.

Best Alternative Rock in the Tri-State Area

by BeatChick

WOXY

"97X - BAM! The future of Rock & Roll!"
You might remember that phrase from Rain Man starring Dustin Hoffman & Tom Cruise. Hoffman's character, Raymond, hears the 97X/WOXY DJ spout that on the radio & he immediately mimicks it. Which in turn led to the radio station's use of that film blurb for their station promos!

One of the oldest alt-rock radio stations in the country, WOXY consistently gets voted in as Best on-line radio station in such magazines as Rolling Stone or Spin. Even that great alternative record company Sub Pop Records (home of the Pixies) mentions it on their homepage!

Located in Oxford, Ohio but not a college radio station per se, they are not associated with Miami University yet they do enjoy listernship from the college & from people who've attended Miami & the lucky few who live in this area.

WOXY to me is one of the best radio stations I've ever heard - they are sure to play such alt-classic favorites as REM, U2, The Cure, The Smiths,Joy Division (New Order before lead singer Ian Curtis committed suicide), New Order or Depeche Mode as well as playing newer music such as Coldplay, The Streets or Franz Ferdinand. I also count on them to put "girl" bands such Hole, Sleater-Kinney, and local favorites the Fairmount Girls into heavy rotation.

I love the 97 Days of Summer and the Memorial Day Weekend countdown! I proudly carry a WOXY sticker on my car (my friend, Jim, in Seattle calls them "WOXY Music"!); just the other day a girl was enviously admiring my keychain!

Last summer there was a horrible shake-up. The airwaves station was sold to a conglomerate who wanted to buy into WOXY's long-held alt-purist cachet. No one could fault the original owners for wanting to sell & retire, sever their ties & see the world; after all they'd been keeping WOXY afloat for over 20 years. But the DJs held close the idea of somehow being able to soldier on as the first-and-only web-only station on the planet and somehow managed to find a backer to keep it running & I SALUTE them every one!

Thank God they are on the web & I can access them from anywhere in the world that 'puters have speakers!

www.woxy.com

Sin City Hash House Harriers and Harriettes

by frankcanfly

If you follow my pages, you know that I enjoy running with the Hash House Harriers in many of the cities I visit.

I've just had one run with this group, and I enjoyed their company.

More adventures to come.

Cincinnati Bengals - Paul Brown Stadium

by BeatChick

American Football

Named for the famous Bengal tigers at the Cincinnati Zoo, the Bengals in their signature Orange/Black team colors train a full hour away in their Georgetown, KY training camp. Their cheerleaders are known as the Ben-GALS (clev-er).

I have never seen a Bengals football game & I doubt that I will. I suppose I'm a little bitter that this team has bilked Cincinnati citizens out of millions of future tax dollars. Historically, consistently one of the worst professional teams in the league, they've somehow managed to con a brand-new stadium out of the City of Cincinnati claiming that they would be a much better team if they just had a new stadium. The worst part is that they've just announced they cannot pay their stadium rent. It looks like a spaceship, doesn't it?

But after years of bitterly complaining about the Bengals I must admit to kicking myself this year because THE BENGALS ARE NOW ONE OF THE BEST TEAMS IN THE LEAGUE!! Read about it here

To read about local coverage of the team by the Cincinnati Enquirer click HERE.

For less biased coverage from ESPN, click HERE.

Click here to see the current schedule. Bring your MONEY! You'll need money for the souvenirs & the beer & hotdogs you'll buy not to mention the cost of parking (Cincinnati Enquirer Bldg)!

You might also wish to show up with a Bengals football jersey jacket to prove your loyalty to the team!

The Transsit System People Almost Forgot

by kahunayummy

Abandoned tunnels are often the object of urban legend, but Cincinnati is in fact the site of the country's largest abandoned subway tunnel. But "abandoned" is not quite the word, as construction slowed to a stop in 1925 before even half of the 16 mile line was completed. Seven miles between Cincinnati's central business district and the industrial suburb of Norwood were tunneled, bridged, or graded, but no track was laid and no subway cars were ordered. No passengers ever rode between the six stations that were built.

The incomplete Cincinnati line sat fallow through the Great Depression and WWII. Bridges, stations, and retaining walls along the surface stretches deteriorated to such an extent that a few items actually collapsed. Nearly everything above ground was bulldozed to make way for portions of I-75 and the Norwood Lateral in the 1950's and 1970's, respectively. The mute two mile tunnel that remains under Central Parkway is unknown to many Cincinnati natives, and what most who do know of it know consists largely of hearsay and speculation.

This page is the most comprehensive and most accurate source of information regarding the subway either on the web or in print. It is by far the most popular subject on www.cincinnati-transit.net, and tens of thousands have visited it since its appearance in 1999.

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Address: 11029 Dowlin Dr, (formerly Woodfield Suites), Cincinnati, Ohio, 45241, United States